February 21, 2020
OSHA ‘Violence’ Bill Wins Bipartisan House Support As Veto Threat Looms
The House appears poised to approve legislation that would force OSHA to quickly issue workplace violence standards for the healthcare and social service sectors, with Democratic and GOP lawmakers discussing potential compromises to bolster the bill’s support, even as the measure faces a White House veto threat. At a Nov. 19 hearing, the House Rules Committee by voice vote approved a rule that will allow 11 amendments to be debated, including a substitute measure from Rep. Bradley Byrne (R-AL), the...
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